Monthly Archives: July 2017

Roger Waters Brings Pink Floyd Catalog ReNewed Life

As a kid that attended high school in the early 1980s, I grew up on a steady diet of “Summer of Love” psychedelia and heavy 70’s acid rock. Guiding my adolescent journey to misadventure was: Hendrix, Joplin, the Stones, Creedence, … Continue reading

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NTT Data Consulting Downgrades Staff Day After Employee Appreciation Lunch

One day after leadership from NTT Data Consulting, Inc. hosted a Wednesday employee appreciation luncheon at its product delivery center in Louisville, salaried staff were told their positions were being eliminated. Two choices were given. Either be downgraded to hourly … Continue reading

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Food Trucks at Work Picnic Make for Pleasant Wednesday

As the saying goes, there are no free lunches, but at least I didn’t have to pack one for Wednesday. As a small gesture of thanks for the long hours and anxiety recently visited upon my workplace, NTT Data Consulting, … Continue reading

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2017 Forecastle Music Festival Offers Variety

If you dig music and are looking for a weekend out of the house, snag a ticket to the Forecastle Festival in Louisville. Some 60 alt-rock, hip-hop and EDM bands are playing over three days at Waterfront Park on the … Continue reading

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Fried Chicken & Hot Water Cornbread at Shirley Mae’s Café

I’ve been trying to visit Shirley Mae’s Café for a while now. The fried chicken from this legendary soul food purveyor is routinely ranked as one of the top in the nation. But I’m mostly over in Louisville for work, … Continue reading

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A Creole Casserole to Tame the July 4 Masses

I trust everyone had a pleasant July 4. It was a bit of an odd duck, being it fell on a Tuesday. It just felt bizarro going from the weekend, to working Monday, to off Tuesday, and then back at … Continue reading

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Atlanta’s Vortex Satisfies Hungriest Appetite 

The morning after the Radiohead concert was a slow-moving affair. Before my feet hit the floor I did a systems check; no headache, cognitive thought was functioning, and my parts & pieces were intact. I must be living right. Sunday … Continue reading

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